Monthly Archives: November 2014
This is really reaching back into the archives. In the summer of 1982 (yep, 32+ years ago) I visited Baxter State Park with my now pretty much life long friend (35+ years) Mark Picard. He invited me to experience moose … Continue reading
A nice combination of solid and liquid, light and dark, black and white. 180 macro+CP, f/16@.3 sec, ISO 100.
14°F this morning. I tried out my new Heat 3 Smart Gloves and they kept my hands pretty comfortable except for my thumbs. The heat pack pocket is only for your finger tips so my thumbs were kind of left … Continue reading
It’s been a long week, but the weekend is here and tomorrow morning is predicted to be the coldest of the season to date. 18°F….it’s been colder elsewhere, but for us the house timbers should be giving up a few … Continue reading
Since I don’t do much photography during the week, it’s back to the archives again. There may be some icy opportunities this weekend before we return to the 50s and 60s next week. On a very cold Valentine’s Day morning … Continue reading
Here is an example of why, despite my dislike of and discomfort in cold weather, I go out with my camera in winter. The dark background is natural…a beaver pond in Cadwell Memorial Forest, Pelham. I made a few images … Continue reading